I can’t see any problem with inclusive intentional communities. I feel like an intentional community, just by definition, would be diverse (not only in terms of ability/disability, but also interests, strengths/weaknesses, race, gender, education, finance, etc..).
If there is a community who is uncomfortable accepting a “disabled” person, then it’s probably due to misunderstanding regarding what disability is. This is something that might be improved by educating (or re-educating) intentional communities on disability awareness, inclusion, what community really is, and perhaps even the Gospel itself.
I am interested in forming an intentional community for people with I/DD. Please see what we are doing at www.creeksidechristianretreat.org.